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  • 2013-07-04

Laparoscopic segmental resection in a patient with deep infiltrating endometriosis

Epublication WebSurg.com, Jul 2013;13(07). URL:
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We present the case of a 33-year-old-woman suffering from deep infiltrating endometriosis. In her previous history, three laparoscopies had been performed due to endometriosis. In the first two laparoscopies, bilateral ovarian cystectomies had been carried out while the third laparoscopy had been indicated to puncture the ovaries after hormonal stimulation for in vitro fertilization (IVF), due to the impossibility of reaching follicles transvaginally. The patient presented with dysmenorrhea, dyspareunia and dyschezia, as well as rectorrhagia and diarrhea. The patient’s physical examination demonstrated the presence of a retrouterine mass suggestive of adhesions. Preoperative work-up included MRI and colonoscopy. MRI showed an endometriotic nodule affecting the rectosigmoid junction and infiltrating its wall. A colonoscopy was performed and allowed to visualize the endometriotic nodule.